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Rarer finds like these bottle stoppers are true treasures. Pink glass is often the result of manganese in white glass being chemically transformed by the sun. Photo: Jeremy W. Smith

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Posted by Kathy Day on Jul 20, 2011. Filed under . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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  1. Pat

    I will be visiting La Jolla briefly in January and would love to go out sea glassing for a couple of days. With limited time available to drive around scouting out a beach, I was wondering if someone would share their knowledge of which beach(es) I should try to find some pieces like the ones above. I would truly appreciate any replies.

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